Welcome to Physical Education

At W.P. Wagner, we promote healthy choices and encourage participation in a variety of activity-based courses and movement opportunities. We work with our students in setting health-related goals (such as activity, nutrition, relationships and mental health) to help prepare them for the years ahead.

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Physical Education

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Athletics

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Sports Medicine

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Sports Performance

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Course Description

Physical Education 10, 20 and 30 offers a wide variety of activities and movement opportunities. Students build the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to lead healthy, active lives. As students move through PE 10 (high school diploma requirement) into PE 20 and PE 30 (which may be used as an entrance course for university), they will have access to different facilities and guest speakers from all over the city.

 

Career and Life Management (CALM) helps develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for personal well-being in our rapidly changing society. Students will learn to make well-informed decisions in all aspects of their lives. CALM is a required course to achieve your Alberta High School Diploma.

 
 

Sports Medicine 15, 25, and 35 offer an excellent starting point for students interested in a range of medical and sport science fields, including athletic therapy, nursing, medicine, firefighting and emergency response. Through a combination of theory and hands-on training, students acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to work alongside W.P. Wagner Athletics teams during games and practices.

Sports Performance 15, 25, and 35 is designed for students looking for a more comprehensive understanding of athletic training. We work with students to develop the mental, physical and social skills necessary for athletic performance at a higher level. During this course, students have access to facilities, equipment and training techniques to enhance their knowledge of cardiovascular fitness, group training methods, resistance training, speed and agility, sport psychology, nutrition and wellness, and a variety of other topics related to sports performance. 

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FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

Yes! PE 10 is a requirement for all High School students in Alberta. PE 20 and 30 are elective 5-credit courses for interested students.

Because you get to move! We encourage all of our students to take advantage of the movement opportunities in our PE 20, PE 30, and CTS Recreation Leadership courses (Sports Performance and Sports Medicine)

Students in Wagner PE classes learn the skills and attitudes to keep them active and healthy – not just in high school but well beyond. Our students participate in a wide range of games, activities and experiences to build confidence in movement, health and wellness.

That all depends on which level of Physical Education. All of our PE classes access a variety of activities both on and off-site. We have an excellent teaching staff, state-of-the-art facilities and equipment, as well as field trips, guest instructors in each of our programs.

Physical Education

For any inquiries please email

liam.mills@epsb.ca

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